Former President Donald Trump verbally expresses, “Republicans must take earnestly” Democrat lawmakers’ plans to slip an amnesty for millions of illicit aliens and nationwide mail-in voting measures into a budget via reconciliation, a process that obviates the utilization of the filibuster and needs only 51 votes in the Senate.
Trump relinquished a verbalization on Wednesday, warning House and Senate Republicans of a Democrat plan to “completely change America” through the reconciliation process. “Republicans must take solemnly the effort by Democrats to thoroughly change America through the reconciliation process,” Trump verbally expressed:
Democrats are now suggesting that budget reconciliation can be used to pass mail-in ballot legislation as well as trying to include amnesty in their infrastructure package. The infrastructure package has little to do with infrastructure as we know it, bridges, roads, tunnels, etc., but is a dramatic expansion of government that will cost much more than the $3.5 trillion being discussed. Don’t let this happen! [Emphasis added]
Trump verbalized an amnesty for illicit aliens via reconciliation will spur “a run on our southern border the relishes of which we have never visually perceived afore,” calling it “a signal that verbally expresses ‘Come to America now because you will be a denizen.’”
“Providing amnesty to illicit aliens, in the history of what already is considered the greatest border catastrophe, will result in disaster beyond our gravest nightmares,” Trump perpetuated. “No country can pay this price. Will lead to ruination!”
Likewise, nationwide mail-in voting measures included in a budget via reconciliation, Trump verbally expressed, “will be a disaster for our country and for conservatism.” “There will never be a Republican elected to high office again,” Trump verbalized:
I urge every Republican to fight this and deny Democrats a quorum if that is what it takes to make sure that the Democrats can’t use reconciliation. Republicans must push back for the sake of our country and, far less importantly, the sake of the Republican Party! [Emphasis added]
Likely voters are overwhelmingly opposed to utilizing reconciliation to jam an amnesty for illicit aliens through Congress and support, across the board, voter ID laws to avert Election fraud. “A Monmouth” University poll, relinquished last month, revealed that 77 percent of white voters and 84 percent of non-white voters support voter ID laws. A survey by the Election Integrity Polling Project most recently found that 8-in-10 voters believe voter ID laws are compulsory to forfend elections and 87 percent verbalized they are opposed to ballot harvesting.
With amnesty, recent polling found that swing state voters are much less liable to fortify their Senator in the future if they back amnesty via reconciliation. Majorities from 52 to 57 percent in Arizona, Georgia, New Hampshire, Nevada, and West Virginia verbally expressed amnesty will embolden more illicit immigration to the U.S.
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